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Organ Duo Recital: Bates, Robert / Yearsley, David - BUXTEHUDE, D. / SCHEIDT, S. / SCHEIDEMANN, H. / REINCKEN, J.A. (In Dialogue, Vol. 1)

Organ Duo Recital: Bates, Robert / Yearsley, David - BUXTEHUDE, D. / SCHEIDT, S. / SCHEIDEMANN, H. / REINCKEN, J.A. (In Dialogue, Vol. 1)

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2011


Artists:

Robert Bates

Soloist

Record Label
Loft

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Total Time - 60:23
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Organ Duo Recital: Bates, Robert / Yearsley, David - BUXTEHUDE, D. / SCHEIDT, S. / SCHEIDEMANN, H. / REINCKEN, J.A. (In Dialogue, Vol. 1)

     
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DIETERICH BUXTEHUDE

1 

Toccata in D minor, BuxWV 155

7:20
     
 

SAMUEL SCHEIDT

2 

Bergamasca

3:46
     
 

HEINRICH SCHEIDEMANN

3 

Galliard with Variation in D minor

5:23
     
 

JOHANN ADAM REINCKEN

4 

Toccata in G major

8:02
     
 

JAN PIETERSZOON SWEELINCK

5 

Almande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino"

4:29
     
 

FRANZ TUNDER

6 

Christ lag in Todesbanden

11:26
     
 

MELCHIOR SCHILDT

7 

Gleichwie das Feuer

4:39
     
8 

Paduana Lachrymae (after J. Dowland)

6:41
     
 

SAMUEL SCHEIDT

9 

Toccata: In te Domine speravi, SSWV 138

8:37
     
 Robert Bates Soloist


Two extraordinary organists playing two extraordinary organs in dialogue might seem an over-abundance of riches. Yet it is possible that the great organists of earlier times enjoyed responding to each other across vast spaces. This new recording, which includes compositions by six masters of the North German School, recreates this sound and ambience using two mean-tone organs in Stanford’s Memorial Church.
 

"...wonderfully lively performances... It’s sufficiently different to charm the organ enthusiast, and brightly engaging enough to charm all but the most dour classical listener."

Fanfare - July/August 2002




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